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    Complex event processing and business activity monitoring are increasingly attractive tools for helping businesses manage and respond to business "events" -- high-speed, high-volume information shifts -- better than ever before. This handbook introdu... 

  • Working with SOA in an Agile environment

    In this Ask the Expert, Todd Biske explains if SOA needs to be lightweight and flexible in order to handle Agile projects and also talks about ways governance programs keep Agile developers on track without outside distractions. 

  • Private sector SOA

    Thomas Erl discusses how many private sector companies are learning why and how to adopt service-oriented architecture. 

  • Key concepts inside SOA

    Miko Matsumura gives a list of key concepts inside of SOA that will last even if the term SOA doesn't. 

  • Monitoring Web services

    In this expert response, Toufic Boubez discusses the amount of monitoring that can be done with Web services at one time and possible bind spots to be aware of. 

  • The platforms used to build SOA

    A SearchWebServices.com member asks one of our experts "Is it correct to say that it doesn't matter what language or platform you use to build SOA?" Read the response or pose a question of your own. 

  • Best practices for creating stateless services

    A SearchWebServices.com member asks one of our experts, "What best practices exist for creating stateless services?" Read the response or pose a question of your own. 

  • Transaction support from SOA platforms

    A SearchWebServices.com member asks one of our experts "What type of transaction support do current SOA platforms provide?" Read the response or pose a question of your own. 

  • The difference between SOA governance and Web services management

    A SearchSOA.com member asks one of our experts, "What is the difference between SOA governance and Web services management?" Read the response or pose a question of your own. 

  • The business advantages of SOA

    A SearchWebServices.com member asks one of our experts, "How much of their IT budget are companies allocating for strategic initiatives such as SOA?" Read the response or pose a question to any of our experts. 

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